The first training course is held in Belarus.
The UCAM travels to Minsk (Belarus) to give the first training of the `Smart Caffee 'project, during the next three months, to the partners of Belarus, Armenia and Moldova. From 25 to 28 February, the UCAM expert will instruct the first of these countries on European opportunities for project development.
Through these sessions, the Minsk Innovation University (MIU), the Belarusian Trade and Economics University of Consumer Cooperatives (BTEU) and the Belarusian Innovative Foundation (BIF) will learn about the support services, programs, funds, initiatives and resources available to present an application that allows them to develop their initiative.
During four days, workshops will be held on bilateral EU-Belarus relations, which funding opportunities the European Commission offers to universities and startups in Belarus, as well as the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to participate in projects such as SMART.
Next March the UCAM will travel to Yerevan (Armenia) where the Yerevan Brusov State University of Languages and Social Sciences (BRUSOV YSULS), the Gavar State University (GSU) and the Youth Cooperation Center of Dilijan NGO will be trained (YCCD NGO ). And in April, in Chisinau (Moldova), State Agrarian University of Moldova (SAUM), Alecu Russo Balti State University (USARB
), Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova (ASEM) and the Association for supporting innovations and sustainable development - IMPULS ( NGO IMPULS), will have the opportunity to learn about European good practices through this project co-financed by the EU, through the Erasmus + 'Capacity Building in the field of Higher Education'.
The ceremony ended with the reception between the rector of the Minsk Innovation University (MIU) and the expert of the Catholic University San Antonio de Murcia (UCAM).